Things have been a bit quiet on the painting front recently, as the dearth of modelling posts shows. Just lost my mojo for a while, which happens, and I've just been running remote games using existing toys and rules, and otherwise curled up playing comforting old video games instead. Avid readers will recall the 200 hours I racked up playing Fallout:New Vegas last year, and in lockdown I've also been back through Mass Effect 2 and the stunning Knights of the Old Republic which was first released in 2003(!). I've played KotoR loads of times before but it never gets tired, and I find the older games are just a bit less all consuming than modern RPGs.
Anyway, this time I've been playing Fallout 3, another classic RPG, and I didn't do any of the add ons, which kept it manageable as character progression is capped at level 20 (unlike level 50 of Fallout 4!).
A post apocalyptic survival game set in a 1950s retro future. This scenario was set in Washington DC and environs. Great fun and very absorbing, with consequential decisions to make all the way through and a very rich world to explore and influence. Unfortunately it rekindled my interest in Fallout 4 which really is a life consuming monster. Maybe a project for next year.
Having finished that, I once more got out the old 6mm Baccus ACW army I'd bought at COW some years ago from John Curry. There is a lot of stuff in this box, at least 800 figures, perhaps more. I've got them out, looked at them, then pout them away again a few times now.